American Psychological Foundation Awards for 1978: Gold Medal, Distinguished Contribution to Education in Psychology, Unique Contribution in the Teaching of Psychology, and the National Media

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On August 29, 1978, at the annual meeting of the APA in Toronto, the American Psychological Foundation announced the recipients of the Gold Medal Award, the Distinguished Contribution to Education in Psychology Award, a special award for Unique Contribution in the Teaching of Psychology, and the National Media Awards. George Albee, President of the APF, made the presentations. Ernest R. Hilgard received the Gold Medal Award; Douglas K. Candland was given the Teaching Award; and Robert S. Daniel was the recipient of the Unique Contribution in the Teaching of Psychology Award. National Media Award winners were Robert M. Stern and William J. Ray, Emily Hahn, Elizabeth Einstein, Eric Braun, and Stephen Glauber and Dan Rather. Other members of the APF are Wilbert J. McKeachie (Vice-President}, Boris E. Cherney (Treasurer), Charles A. Kiesler (Secretary), Kenneth B. Clark, Anne Anastasi, Leona E. Tyler, Albert Bandura, Donald T. Campbell, and Theodore H. Blau. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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